Citizenship & PR Renewal

The Canadian Citizenship Act, introduced in 1947, has undergone several amendments over the years. Both Canadian-born citizens and naturalized citizens are considered equal under the law and enjoy the same rights and responsibilities as Canadian citizens.

Persons born in Canada, with the exception of children of diplomats, are Canadian citizens by birth. On the other hand, children born outside Canada to a Canadian parents need to apply for a Canadian Citizenship Certificate to prove their Canadian citizenship.

Canadian citizens are entitled to various rights and privileges, including

carrying a Canadian passport, participating in Canadian elections, running for political office, and having the right to reside in Canada. Additionally, they have the freedom to leave and enter Canada, with visa-free travel to numerous countries. Canada recognizes dual citizenship, allowing individuals to hold Canadian citizenship alongside their original nationality.

Obtaining Canadian Permanent Residency (PR) is indeed the first step towards Canadian citizenship for many immigrants. Canada has been welcoming a significant number of permanent residents each year, and the country boasts one of the highest rates of naturalization in the world, with 85% of eligible permanent residents becoming Canadian citizens.

Pricing & PLans

Our Professional Fees

FULL PACKAGE

$ 1000

For One Applicant

DUO PACKAGE

$ 1500

For Family of Two or More

FAMILY PACKAGE

$ 2000

For Family of Three or More

PEACE OF MIND

$ 500

Package Review Before Submission

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